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Multistage remote sensing: toward an annual national inventoryAuthor(s): Raymond L. Czaplewski
Source: Journal of Forestry. 97(12): 44-48
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionRemote sensing can improve efficiency of statistical information. Landsat data can identify and map a few broad categories of forest cover and land use. However, more-detailed information requires a sample of higher-resolution imagery, which costs less than field data but considerably more than Landsat data. A national remote sensing program would be a major undertaking, requiring unprecedented partnerships between federal programs and stakeholders.
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CitationCzaplewski, Raymond L. 1999. Multistage remote sensing: toward an annual national inventory. Journal of Forestry. 97(12): 44-48
Keywordsforest inventories, remote sensing
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